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time to make a difference and this family and the victim's life, had they not been on the scene, i don't think it would have been the same outcome that we had here today. 5653 the fire department says 1 other adult, 5 southbound traffic -- as fire officials worked to douse the flames . the fire department says at the time of this fire -- they were already at a different fire, so newport news and hampton helped them out with this. live in york county, erin kelly, 10 on your side. in a story still developing from chesapeake. 7 people are hurt after a car went through post office at lunchtime. 10 on your side's liz kilmer is there now, we'll check in with her in a few minutes. the 2016 blizzard left
northeast. including here in hampton roads. at least 27 people are dead from the storms. state and federal offices stayed closed today in virginia, d-c and maryland. and more than 5-thousand flights were canceled or delayed today. well, today in hampton roads - the sun was shining and people are finally thawing out. here's a live look now from over downtown norfolk. today's warmup felt nice after the bitter cold temperatures we had over the weekend. but, the sunshine isn't planning on sticking around too long this week. we'll have a warm up, and then another cool down. chief meteorologist don doppler 10 weather center -- more re-freezing
even though its a lot warmer today - a lot of those side streets saw a clear - even though there are some traffic tie ups on interstate-664 near powhatan parkway in hampton. a lot of accidents across the commonwealth - including hampton roads as this storm pushed through. the most recent update sent out by state police say between friday through today: more than 15-hundred accidents and another 25-hundred disabled vehicles. we saw more than 570 crashes in our area. v-dot is still working to keep roads safe for drivers. a lot of crews from our area are in other parts of the state - to help with massive snow cleanup. v-dot's main concern is interstate and primary roads. officials remind people to drive with caution, as some roads may still be slick.
outside - be careful. about two dozen people have slipped and fallen on the ice. bon secours reports about a dozen at both their harbor view and depaul locations. they also treated one case of hypothermia. at riverside emergency department in newport news doctors treated 17 people for falls and 25 people involved in car accidents. sentara also reports a bump in injuries from falls and a few from vehicle accidents as well. many flights in and out of norfolk international airport are cancelled or delayed today-- because of the weather. when we stopped by the airport this afternoon, we didn't find a lot of people waiting. so hopefully that means they got word before heading out. the monitors showed flights to and from d-c were hardest hit. http: here's a live look at the delays and cancellations on the norfolk international airport's
don't forget to stay ahead of any storm this winter through our wavy 10 weather app. it's free for android and apple devices. make sure you turn on the push notifications - so you can hear about weather alerts-- as soon as they happen. we continue to follow developing news from chesapeake. a car runs through the front of a post office. it's a story we first told you about at 4 - and brought to you at the top with the newest information. liz? tom and nicole we're told 7 people were hurt after a sedan crashed into the front of the post office here. (a look at the scene -- still active/ not active). this was a look from earlier- we're told that car was in a parking space when
battlefield boulevard. it happened just before 12-30. witnesses say a woman was behind the wheel. you can see - lots of police and fire officials on-scene. 10 on your side spoke to a woman who was inside the building, with her three year old daughter, when this all went down. she says glass shattered and flew everywhere upon initial impact. the car then hit a display case. kristy stevens 00:07:12 then she hit the wooden and it hit everybody, that's what i think the injuries were from, was debris flying all over the place." runs :15 fortunately, kristy stevens and her young daughter were not hurt. but again, 7 people were, they were taken to the hospital. we're told their injuries are not life threatening. 10 on your side is working to learn whether the driver could face charges -- and more on how exactly this happened. we will bring you more
live in chesapeake, liz kilmer, 10 on your side. protecting businesses that oppose same-sex marriage. that's what the virginia catholic conference and other groups are calling for. they want lawmakers to support legislation that protects businesses and individuals who oppose same-sex marriage, based on religious grounds. two republican state lawmakers have introduced bills. democratic governor terry mcauliffe, has already said he'll veto the bills. groups say the legislation prevents government entities from denying grants, contracts and licenses to people and companies that are against same-sex marriage. the a-c-l-u of virginia says the bill would allow people to discriminate against the l-g-b-t community. coming up on wavy news 10 at 5:30- on one of the coldest weekends of the year so far -- some military families were left without heat or hot water. ten on you
we continue to follow winter weather tonight at 5. here's a live look from times square in new york city. crews cleared the roads since the blizzard dumped a lot of snow. there's still a little bit of snow on the sidewalks. new information on the water crisis in michigan. the state's top attorney promises a forceful independent investigation in flint. that promise comes from the state's attorney general... assuring
that he'll investigate. the city's water supply is contaminated with lead. levels so high... lead is now in childrens' blood streams, and the national guard is distributing clean water. now the attorney general is announcing an investigation he vows will be fearless. (s/ bill schuette/ michigan attorney general :23) "this investigation will be thorough, this investigation will be exhaustive, and this investigation will be independent. (:10) residents started raising concerns shortly after the city switched water sources in 2014, but their cries fell on deaf ears. similar news in northeast ohio. a small community outside of youngtown - is also facing lead issues in its water. 81-hundred people in sebring - are being told to avoid drinking the water. this afternoon- the village water superintendent was suspended. the ohio e-p-a continues to investigate - and will provide help to the village. much more ahead on wavy news 10 - "i'm chris horne in
a hampton man involved in a brutal attack overnight is doing better in the hospital. he had life-threatening injuries, but police say he is now stable. chris horne is live with more on the investigation-- and how this has affected man they identify as tj was shot multiple times and stabbed as well. very few want to go on camera, because they fear they could be the next victim. unidentified neighbor: c 4 44:15 i heard pop pop pop pop (pause) pop pop pop pop a total of eight shots, according to a neighbor. that's what people in the 500 block of smiley road heard just before midnight. the victim,
left this woman's home and was going to the 7-eleven across the street. another neighbor who didn't want to go on camera says he found his close friend lying in the street near this pile of brush, bleeding from bullets and stab wounds. neighbors say they were shocked, but not surprised. shorty morgan neighbor c 22 41:48 i've been a enough"and she wants to move after living here for just one year. the folks along smiley road say guns and drugs have changed this neighborhood. shorty morgan neighbor c 22 the 400 block is the worst where you find a lot of shooting. we have had some shots up here, one of my friends got shot. shorty morgan neighbor c 22 41:25 it's kind of scary a lot of drugs going on on the street people are moving out and new people are coming that deal drugs police say they have no suspect information so far. we'll get a theory on why someone would try to kill tj coming up at 6. it involves
happened in the same block, less than two weeks ago. spoiler alert- it has nothing to do with drugs. williamsburg police are investigating a deadly shooting. investigators say the 23-year old accidentally shot himself friday at the astronomical pancake house on richmond road. he died on the way to the hospital. hampton police are looking for a man who robbed a good samaritan. detectives say the victim stopped at beall drive and tyndall circle to help someone he thought was having car trouble. that's when investigators say the suspect pulled out a gun, assaulted the victim, stole money from him and then took off on a motorcycle. norfolk police need your help finding this man. detectives say he broke into chen's kitchen on tidewater drive just before two a-m friday. surveillance video shows the man breaking into the store-- by smashing out a glass window. he stole money before
any information, call the crime line. we continue our winter weather coverage tonight at 5. cleanup in d-c could go on for days, but amtrak service there is back up and running again-- on a limited schedule. that's after 2 feet of be able to travel between d-c and boston until further notice. some people not traveling in between d-c and boston continue to receive word that their train will not be coming. kimberly woods/amtrak spokeswoman :15 "it was just a matter of having our engineering, mechanical and operation crews working around the clock to make sure we were able to keep trains operating throughout the storm." passengers need to check the status of their traints before going to the station. with clean-up still underway, d-c's mayor gave an update on the situation in a news conference this morning. metro started very limited service-- and the plows started making their way to the residential streets. federal, state and local governments in that area remained shut down today-- as
and universities. that helped keep people off of the streets. mayor murial mentioned, in our 36-th hour since the snow stopped and our goal yesterday and last night was to continue to make our major streets and arteries passable. the mayor plans to ask for federal funding to help with clean-up in the district. ahead-- we'll show you some of the maryland. anchors ad-lib toss tonight: partly-mainly cloudy sky.. not as cold. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy and unseasonably warm. (stray shower possible early for ne north carolina coast &
near 60. wind: sw 5-15mph. wednesday: mainly cloudy with scattered showers. high in the 40s early...then gradually falling. wind: nnw 10-20mph. high pressure is in the atlantic, and the southerly flow on the backside of it is allowing our temperatures to warm up. highs will be a cold front will be moving in late tuesday...so, expect increasing clouds throughout the day. the front crosses early wednesday, and there will be scattered showers affiliated with it...and falling temps (warmest in the morning). no wintry weather is expected with this as temps will be too warm. however, thursday, a low will move north &
coast, and it will swing some moisture our way. there could be some wintry mix with this system, but we're still fine-tuning this forecast...so, stay tuned. otherwise, skies clear by friday, and warmer weather returns by the weekend! tonight: partly-mainly cloudy sky.. not as cold. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy and unseasonably warm. (stray shower possible early for ne north carolina coast & virginia beach). highs near 60. wind: sw 5-15mph. wednesday: mainly cloudy with scattered showers. high in the 40s early...then gradually falling. wind: nnw 10-20mph. high
atlantic, and the southerly flow on the backside of it is allowing our temperatures to warm up. highs will be about 10 degrees above average on tuesday with upper 50s and lowers 60s expected. a cold front will be moving in late tuesday...so, throughout the day. the front crosses early wednesday, and there will be scattered showers affiliated with it...and falling temps (warmest in the morning). no wintry weather is expected with this as temps will be too warm. however, thursday, a low will move north & parallel to the east coast, and it will swing some moisture our way. there could be some wintry mix with this system, but we're still fine-tuning
tuned. otherwise, skies clear by friday, and warmer weather returns by the weekend! coming up on wavy news 10 - church collapse - one roof that couldn't handle all of the snow from this weekend. then at five-thirty - one week to go until the first votes are casts. what are the candidates doing in iowa to sway voters in a race that's too close to
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baltimore's mayor asks people to stay off the roads. crews are working round the clock- clocking 12-hour shifts- to plow the snow from roadways across the city. plows are helping the city from the entire region - but with 1-thousand miles of roads, it'll be a while for everything to be cleaned up. meantime, a church on the other side of maryland couldn't withstand the weight of the snow. the roof partially collapsed at the building in burtonsville. no one was hurt-- but you can see the damage left behind. the national weather service says-- parts of montgomery county saw anywhere from 18 to 38 inches of snow over the weekend.
finally here at 5 - british astronaut tim peake recently shared his breathtaking view of the northern lights from space. peake took the photo while on board the international space station last week-- and posted it on his facebook page. the light display happens when a burst of the sun's gas and magnetic field caused a solar wind, which hits the earth's atmosphere and creates the incredible sight. peake called his view, "magical". stay with us. wavy news 10 at 5:30, starts right now! no heat -- no hot water. why some residents of lincoln military
-- on one of the coldest weekends of the year. plus - a man is behind bars tonight in elizabeth city after police say he tried to force a woman to give him money -- then hurt her when she refused. and - one week to go until the first votes are casts in the 20-16 presidential election. what we can expect to hear from democatic hopeful as they make their final pitches in iowa. temperatures were wamer today - we've seen a lot of melting snow. that means roads are wet and slushy and there could be some re-freezing overnight. chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center with our first forecast. tonight: partly-mainly cloudy sky.. not as cold. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy and unseasonably warm. (stray shower possible early for ne north carolina coast & virginia beach). highs